Towedjmpr wrote:I call bullshit.
No damn way even "super-pilot america" could land a B1 gear up and not leave some "obvious" damage to the fuselage.
Towedjmpr - yiew buy. You doubt Agonyea?
My favorite site to confirm anything maritine, aviation, or any item transportable, or savalagable:
Countryman & McDaniel
The Air & Ocean Logistics- Customs Broker Attorneys
International Trade Consultants
<excerpt from Countryman & McDaniel> The B-1B Lancer did not break it's back & may be repairable.
A big ass crane at the Diego Garcia harbor, lifted her up -- using air bags, got the wheels down & locked.
The aircraft is now being inspected for possible repair & return to service. The incident is under investigation.
Next stop, retirement ceremony for crew.
4/325 82d DIV 68-69
2nd Bde HHC (LRRP), 4 ID
K Co (Rgr), 75th Inf (Abn), 4 ID
I cooked with C-4.
. . . with propaganda. It can only conceal the truth temporarily. - excerpt of Michael Gordon, NY Post.
In Vietnam, 1st casualty was truth! Richard Beatty.